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What’s the problem with North Korea?

John Watson, Staff Writer

February 28, 2013


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With tensions continuing to rise on a dangerous scale, it becomes a greater question as to what should be done about the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or, North Korea. Since becoming an international power of nuclear energy, North Korea has exemplified extremely provocative and questionable...

Raising the minimum wage

Raising the minimum wage

Austin Oakes, Opinion Editor

February 27, 2013


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The general existence of a minimum wage is non-controversial in U.S. politics.  Although there are many countries that do not implement a minimum wage, the majority of people on the spectrum in American politics see it as a necessity.  However, the more divisive topic is the actual price of the minimum...

Road to Reformation: Securing the Border

Road to Reformation: Securing the Border

Austin Oakes, Opinions Editor

February 13, 2013


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There was some good news from Washington last week, as eight senators (four from each party) announced a “Bipartisan Framework for Comprehensive Immigration Reform” The Gang of Eight proposed a “tough but fair path” to citizenship for undocumented immigrants that would commence only after...

Don’t jailbreak your phone or go to jail

Eden Harir, Staff Writer

February 11, 2013


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If you pay full price for a smartphone, it would be assumed that you could do what you want to it, but as of Saturday, Jan. 26, the simple task of “jail breaking” your phone has become illegal. Jail breaking your phone is the action of ‘breaking’ any limitations made by the phone’s carrier....

The hidden war

The hidden war

Austin Oakes, Opinions Editor

January 29, 2013


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The hidden war is a battle that continues as the others end.  It is a war that still exists even as President Obama said, “We, the people, still believe that enduring security and lasting peace do not require perpetual war.” I am not speaking of the wars that the President spoke of in his inaugural...

iDisappoint

iDisappoint

Annie Spewak, Editor in Chief

January 22, 2013


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Drum roll, please! Wait, stop. Suspense for the iPhone software update, the iOS6, led all the way up to its release date. Apple's new software, iOS6, was a huge disappointment. On Jan. 1, iOS6 users noticed something strange…. People were not contacting them. The bug? The “Do Not Disturb”...

Blocked

Blocked

Shane Frazier, Opinion's Writer

January 22, 2013


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The relationship between the United States and Russia has always been—well—cold. For over fifty years, the United States and Russia (the Soviet Union) played a perpetual game of “my army is bigger than your army” until the Soviet Union’s downfall in the 1990s. But Vladimir Putin, the President...

2012: A year in review

2012: A year in review

Austin Oakes, Opinions Editor

January 18, 2013


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As we start the New Year, it is important that we look back on the year of 2012 and examine the mistakes and the achievements made.  Whether the year was good or bad, it is irrational to say that 2012 was uneventful. In 2012, we were forced to bid farewell to many beloved stars, including the first...

Bearing arms

John Watson

January 15, 2013


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Over the past year, we have seen a sickening number of mass shootings that have resulted in the countless deaths of innocent people, totaling 16 lethal mass shootings and 88 deaths. The amount of attention these mass shootings have received is sparking controversy within the federal government, calling...

The fiscal cliff: crisis not averted

The fiscal cliff: crisis not averted

Shane Frazier, Opinion's Writer

January 14, 2013


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In the past few weeks, the news has constantly consoled the American public that Congress saved us from the fiscal cliff after their vote just before the start of the New Year. The fiscal cliff, a term used to coin the time when certain tax cuts from the Bush administration will expire and, therefore,...

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